Speeches from politicians in vic

  • I was amazed to hear the Minister for Agriculture in question time yesterday describe the opening of the duck shooting season last weekend as 'orderly' and 'a relief to hunters'. Only someone who was not present at the wetlands could make such a statement.
  • I will have to say from the outset that the Greens will not be able to support the motion moved by Mr Bourman today regarding sporting shooters and hunters, the so-called contribution made to the economy and the environment by those activities and the role of the National Firearms Agreement (NFA) in Australia.
  • Since the Victorian Court of Appeal confirmed in 2013 that there is no effective regulation of short-stay accommodation arrangements in apartment blocks, long-term residents have had very little power to do anything when those arrangements get out of hand.
  • On Friday last week the Turkish interior ministry issued detention orders for 13 Kurdish members of Parliament, resulting in 11 MPs being detained, including Selahattin Demirtas, who has been a guest of this Parliament in the past at an event hosted by my colleague Greg Barber and attended by many
  • From July next year consumers and community groups in New South Wales will be entitled to recover 10 cents upon the presentation of an empty beverage can or bottle
  • Greens MP Colleen Hartland questions Roads Minister Luke Donnellan on safe bike routes in Melbourne's inner west
  • Greens MP Colleen Hartland questions Roads Minister Luke Donnellan on safe bike routes in Melbourne's inner west
  • Greens MP Colleen Hartland gives a speech in parliament in honour of Arzu Baglar, a young mother of two who was killed on her bike in Yarraville on 10 March.
  • Greens MP Colleen Hartland gives a speech in parliament in honour of Arzu Baglar, a young mother of two who was killed on her bike in Yarraville on 10 March.
  • Greens MP Colleen Hartland gives a speech in parliament in honour of Arzu Baglar, a young mother of two who was killed on her bike in Yarraville on 10 March.
  • Is the government going to approve VicForests to log the water catchments that supply Gippsland and Melbourne to supply the Heyfield mill?
  • In Victoria, failure to pay for driving on a toll road is a criminal offence which can lead to imprisonment...
  • The Auditor-General’s report into rail franchising was tabled in December 2016...
  • I rise to speak to Mr Davis's motion, which is essentially a revocation motion in relation to amendment GC45...
  • We are nearing six months since the Economy and Infrastructure Committee tabled the final report of its inquiry into the Road Safety Road Rules 2009 (Overtaking Bicycles) Bill 2015...
  • My question is for the Minister for Training and Skills. Minister, last week I asked you some questions about the Sage Institute. Yesterday there were some developments reported in the Age, such that the institute has announced it will cease to trade in Sydney and Brisbane and suspend its classes in Melbourne for a week. Students in Melbourne were called to an emergency meeting at the Collins Street headquarters, where they were told that their classes would be cancelled for seven days.